LOOK: This Is How Beautiful Boracay Is When It's Peaceful
Boracay’s fine, powdery, white sand beaches are meant for postcards and Instagram posts. The island is best photographed during the low season for a clear, full view of the surroundings. Visiting Boracay after summer even lets you experience and capture an intimate escape with your loved ones. Here’s a gallery of what you can expect.
The four-kilometer white sand beach offers tranquility, perfect for honeymoons and relaxing family vacations.
You can also enjoy Boracay’s largest pool—multi-tiered and measuring 3,300 square meters—at Mövenpick Resort & Spa Boracay.
Seven restaurants encircle the luxury pool. Each offers exceptional authentic and fusion cuisine from around the world.
Brezza, the resort’s Italian restaurant, features a Neapolitan oven imported from Italy. Here, Italian chef Francesco Leone creates his signature dishes like the Al Cafone pizza and the Quattro Formaggi.
Coconut trees and other flora decorate the resort's landscape and add a sense of privacy.
Boracay’s Punta Bunga Cove is one of the most private beaches in Boracay. It's easily accessed through Mövenpick Resort & Spa Boracay.
Fresh coconuts are available year-round at the Mövenpick’s Sol Marina Beach Club. They’re sometimes picked from the resort’s coconut trees.
The open-air Sol Marina Beach Club provides scenic views of the sky and sea while keeping you under the cool shade of palm trees. At dusk, an acoustic set begins.
Boracay’s sunsets are one of the world’s most charming.
For bookings and reservations at Mövenpick Resort & Spa Boracay, visit its website.